Saturday, November 28 2020 - 1:17 PM

Second Thoughts

Food Survival in Hard Times

During the time of any major catastrophe or natural disaster, figuring out food becomes challenging. Most urban folks depend on supermarkets to supply needs. Facing …

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A New Normal

Our world seems as though it has come to a halt. So much of our everyday-ness has been redefined. Who would have ever thought of …

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Beating the Common Cold

It happens every fall and winter. Thousands of folks somehow manage to get a sniffle or a sore throat during these seasons. Sometimes we try …

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Glaucoma

Glaucoma runs in my family. I watched both my Mom and my Dad wrestle with this disease. That makes my relatives and me at risk …

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Healthy Aging

As we grow older, so do the risks of compromising the quality of our health. However, we can lower our risk for various diseases if …

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Smoothies Anyone?

It is not unusual for friends or family members to greet me with a smile and ask, “Would you like a smoothie?” Most of the …

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Veggies for the Brain

Over the past few years, researchers have been determined to find out positive ways to impact brain health. In a recent study published online in …

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A Lesson from the Birds

I enjoy watching birds, and over the years I have learned a lot about them. I also enjoy photographing them. By studying their behavior, I …

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